FRC announces 7 more cases; but football team able to resume activities

Feather River College announced today, Feb. 7 that it  received notification that seven persons have tested positive for COVID since Saturday, Feb. 5 — five students and two employees. College president Dr. Kevin Trutna shared the following details:


  • One student completed an at-home test on Saturday, Feb 5.  Student lives off campus and left Plumas County to return home upon testing.
  • One employee completed an at-home test on Sunday, Feb. 6.  Employee is a Plumas County resident and remains in self-isolation at home.
  • One employee took a follow-up campus test, Monday, Feb 7.  Employee was in quarantine for previous close contact.  Tested positive on campus today as follow-up protocol.
  • Two students were also in quarantine and tested positive on follow-up protocol on  Monday, Feb 7.  One remained in area in self-isolation and the other left the area to return home.
  • Two students were symptomatic, and came into test on campus today, with positive results returned.  One is a Plumas County resident and will self-isolate at home.  The other will self-isolate in their dormitory room.

As a result of CCCAA team testing protocol with negative results returned, the football team resumed activities today.